Presentation of this kind of puppet art is really creative and very dynamic. One puppet is played by puppeteer who is skillful at dancing. They are also required to have the same sense and soul since each puppeteer has a duty to play the puppet. The type of puppet is not as usual. It is in the form of ogoh-ogoh (human papier mâché demon) or as a giant puppet.
After learning a variety of Balinese arts and culture, the student of the University of Western Australia (UWA) organized an international exhibition in the campus of the Indonesian Institute of the Arts (ISI) Denpasar. At least 119 works of the students were on display such as paintings, photography, ceramics and video. The exhibition was opened by Deputy Rector IV of the ISI Denpasar, I Ketut Garwa, together with Winthrop Prof. Simon Anderson, the Dean of the Faculty of Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts of the UWA, Friday (Jan 24) and the exhibition took place for eight days.
An artist from Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Jan Peter Van Opheusden, 73, organized an exhibition of the works of art at the ARMA Museum, Ubud, Gianyar. The exhibition featuring classic theme ‘Banten’ presented a number of unique arts. Visually, the model of his works was focused on the issue of cultural rituals named bebantenan (oblation matters) becoming the ritual means for daily life of Balinese people. Groove and sweep of the color and composition remained to end on the achievement of the works processed by a qualified technique. Crossing color mutually interacting was visualized with favor through the power of trained intuition. No doubt, every single work offered the excitement and depth of communication for the audience.
Fourteen artists who are members of the Bali On The Spot Group held the exhibition titled " Sanur On The Spot " at the Griya Santrian Gallery . The exhibition was opened by the Chairman of the Sanur Village Festival ( SVF ) Ida Bagus Gede Putra Sidhartha on Friday ( 7/2 ) and going on for a month. The fourteen artists were mostly self-taught . They are A. Pandi , Aricadia , Bambang Wiwoho , Chandra Gunawan , Dony Libra , Edie Supriyanto , Joko Paryono , Ki Cakil Sarsito , Lukman Usdianto , Moelyoto , Pranagung , Santoso , Sugeng Biyanto and Taufik Kamajaya . They showed 25 paintings on canvas and three works on drawing paper.
Having got success to hold exhibition in Poland, Algeria as well as in the Affandi Museum and the University of Gadjah Mada (Indonesia), a total of 50 women artists from India are now making exhibition in the campus of the Indonesia Institute of the Arts (ISI) Denpasar. The exhibition was inaugurated jointly by the Indian Consul General and Vice-Chancellor of the ISI Denpasar, Prof. Dr. I Nyoman Artayasa, Thursday (Jan 23) and would last for a month. In the exhibition, each artist interpreted their own gender with unique private style. Each painting posed a celebration of feminine gender as well as a celebration of color on canvas. The works of art seemed clearly to provide a very useful insight for students and the public of painting in Bali. (BTN/015)
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